Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
He may not be proud cut, although that's certainly one scenario.
I have a gelding I KNOW is a gelding. HE knows he's a gelding, and yet, when any mare comes in sight, he drops down, gets hard, and starts talking to her. This horse has been gelded since he was 5 y/o, and he's now 13.
If your guy was gelded after the testosterone came in, he may still exhibit some stallion characteristics. However, my gelding is easily controlled and will forget about the mare once I bring his focus back onto me. Sounds like your guy has continued to be a butthead.
Best way to know for certain is to have a vet out. If he's a crypt, blood tests will be able to determine the level of testosterone.
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